On Tuesday, eight more early voting locations opened up in Mecklenburg County for the primary election.
The actual primary election day is next Tuesday.
Eyewitness News found out more on the candidates' fundraising so far on Tuesday.
Tuesday was also the deadline for candidates to file their campaign finance reports before next Tuesday's election.
Also on Tuesday, the two key Democrats hoping to get their party's nomination faced off just a week before Election Day.
Democrats running for mayor -- James Mitchell and Pat Cannon spoke to a very small crowd on Tuesday at the west Charlotte Recreation Center, but in a primary when few people vote, gathering a handful of votes could make a difference.
In 2011's primary, only 10,000 people voted – a turnout of just 2.6 percent.
"I ask for your consideration on Tuesday, Sept. 10," said Cannon.
What can also make a difference is money.
In the latest filings, Cannon said he raised $146,000 so far this election cycle.
On Friday, Mitchell talked to Eyewitness News about his funding.
He said it is not about who raises the most cash.
"It is how you spend your money, what is the best use of your dollars?" said Mitchell.
As the two biggest names in the Democratic primary – Mitchell and Cannon also both have the most to lose.
Both have given up their current council seats, which they may have easily retained, to run for mayor.
The loser is out of city hall while the winner faces a